Climbing in Snowdon Pen-y-Pass

Climbing in Snowdon Pen-y-Pass

Overview

Try the brilliant tracks directly across the road from the hostel. Crib Goch offers grade 1 scrambling opportunities, with lots of famous climbing crags available in the immediate area. Cromlech Boulders are well known in the area for bouldering. If you're just starting to climb, the National Mountain Centre at Pas-y-Brenin offers tuition across several climbing ranges. If you’re a competent mountaineer, tick off the classic Snowdon Horseshoe with its hair-raising scrambles over Crib Coch and Y Lliwedd .
 

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Climbing in Snowdon Pen-y-Pass

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OS Grid Ref: SH 64729 55652

Lat/Lng: 53.080907, -4.0209326

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